Happy Homemaker UK on
Sounds very zen picking tulips. Thrilled to have found your blog – your newest fan, XOLaura
it's odd, isn't it? how blogging changes the way you see things, makes you slow down, take more pictures, and ponder what about life you'd like to share. it's my favorite part of all this blogging business.
Floret Flowers on
Overlooking Mississippi, it worked!! Ha,ha. That so made my day :) Thanks a million!!!
Florist in the Forest on
I know exactly what you mean, sometimes there just aren't enough hours.
But when you do find the time, your posts are hugely inspiring to a small scale grower and I always look forward to them whether it be daily or weekly!
And I've got to ask how do you get your anemones so tall, mine seem so mini in comparison?!
Enjoy your time with nature.
Overlooking Mississippi on
No worries, sure looks like a lot to do in that cute flower farm..I look forward to your posts-always puts a smile on my face. :)
BTW, maybe you just haven't had time to edit the blog or don't want to, but I figured I'll tell you anyway :)
You can adjust the width of the blog by going to the design tab, select template designer,and select adjust width.
Adirondack Flower Farm on
Those tulips are fantastic! && Don't feel bad we all get crazy busy sometimes. : )
Kelsey Lightfoot on
Don't worry! We will always wait for your next post! Love the tulips, they look so long & stunning!
Maybe it's not you, but some factor in the air. I have not posted much recently either. I just don't feel like it. No excuse. Maybe I just need a break – maybe you do.
But the tulips rock!! Maybe just working with them will get you back in focus. I am hoping that three warm days in a row (hence the ability to work outside – even if it's just cleaning up the beds) will center me again.
Glad to see you back again.
Sometimes reality gets too busy to let us go virtual. It happens. When I'm too busy to post, I almost feel too guilty to read. That's crazy residual Catholic guilt for me.
Enjoy your busy yet rewarding work.
We're all here whether you miss a day of two.
It's incredible when you get in the zone though isn't it? The closest I've ever come to Zen.
Belinda @ Wild Acre on
It is amazing how a few hours with my hands in the earth, with natural beauty around me, brings peace and perspective too. So many people feel this way, I wonder what is going on in our heads and hearts when we are gardening?? Your tulips are lush.
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beautiful tulips! They are very long!